Faculty of DarulUloom

Prof.Dr. Wael Ahmed Ibrahim

Contact Information
Phone number: 084 6333901                          
Fax number: 084 6333901
E-mail Address: wai00@fayoum.edu.eg
Office : DarulUloom - Deparment Islamic History
Post Address: Fayoum University - Faculty of DarulUloom - Islamic History POBox: 63514
Academic Qualifications
B.A.: Faculty of DarulUloom - Arabic language and Islamic Sciences - 2002
M. Sc.: Muslims and the history of civilization - The history of the Middle and Islamic civilization - 2008
Academic Positions
Demonstrator: From 2003 to 2008
Assistant Lecturer: From 2008 to 2012
Lecturer: From 2012 to 2017
Assistant Professor: From 2017 to 2023
Professor: From 2023 Until Now
Research Interests
In general, Muslim history and civilization.
In particular, middle Islamic history and civilization.
History of independent Islamic states in the Middle and Islamic civilization.
Publication List
Ibn al-Najjar and his Methodology in Writing the History of the City through his book The Precious Jewel in the News of the City
Sharaf al-Din Qaraqoucheh Al-Muzaffar on the country of Morocco: Reasons, Events and Results (568-609 AH / 1172-1212 AD)
"The Seljuk Prince Zachas and his maritime activity in Minor Asia" in the period from 474-485 AH/ 1081-1092 AC.
Commodity in KhwarizmMarkets.
The History of the City of Alaya and its commercial importance From the conquest until the end of the era of the Seljuk sultan Ala’ ad-Din Kay-Qubad I 618-634 A.H / 1221-1236 A.D
Historian Muhammad bin Ahmed Al-Nassawi (T: 647 AH / 1249 AD) and his message The issuer's whisper at the tepidity of the time of issue and the time of issuing tepidity
Abu Awn al-Jurjani, The Prince of Egypt and Khorasan, and his political role in the Abbasid state (132-168 AH / 750 - 784 AD)
Slavery in the Samanid State: its trade, types, and missions (261-389 A.H / 874-999 A.D)
The Samanid Prince Nasr bin Ahmed (301-331 AH / 914-943 AD) And the impact of his conversion between Sunnis and Shiites
The Companion Kharijah Bin Hudhafa Al-Adawi and his family in Egypt, (from the conquest until the Umayyad period)